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that of the united states in 2027 at 4:00 in the afternoon on the 25th of december. but i wonder what you're telling us about china employs anything more than that. in other words, it's not clear that your civilization state with its tradition of tributary relations with its neighbors and yes, maybe some african countries today, have an aspiration to rule the world. could you tell us if there is, in fact, some prospect of that? that doesn't seem to be in the tradition you're describing. and therefore, why worry? >> well, i think you put your finger on a very important distinction between the chinese tradition and the western tradition. they do share, they both are civilizations which have a strong sense of university. unlike japan for example, which it never did have a. but the way that's expressed is very different. whereas the century the european tradition sought to project it at the time across the world, and i suppose the colonial tradition was the most dramatic illustration of this, the chinese tradition have to do that. and by and large, except on the territory as it were of the chinese conti
with the united states house of representatives. any use of the closed-captioned coverage of the house proceedings for political or commercial purposes is expressly prohibited by the u.s. house of representatives.] the speaker: the house will be in order. the prayer will be offered by our chaplain, father coughlin. chaplain coughlin: almighty god , true humility will not automatically come to us when we choose to bow our heads in prayer or when we acknowledge our since and shortcomings. more often we are most humbled when overwhelming circumstances far exceed our control or natural disasters or human events surprise us. lord, the horrific tragedy of biblical proportions in haiti has deeply touched us all. at the same time, this island community is called forth a flood of compassionate prayer and created a mighty forest of coordinating resources, personal generosity and heroic action. grant wisdom, prudence and fortitude to rescue workers, medical teams and caretakers who deliver aid and supplies. your mighty presence is known, lord, when true poverty casts a fresh light on another's wealth. when t
virginia. it is a huge room filled with computers. it is basically the brain of the united states intelligence system. any tip -- it was created after september 11. this was the place that was supposed to answer the 9/11 commission report on the failure to connect the dots. this is the place. this is one of its first big tests. this is a place in northern virginia were all the data comes in. there's not a single agency that is supposed to run the show entirely. it's under the office of the director of national intelligence. it is under the director. it is not any single persons jurisdiction. all the different agencies are supposed to be participating. they are all supposed to share the data and make sure they do not miss things. in design, it is supposed to do exactly what it should have done here. it did not. why? i do not know the answer. caller: good morning. in the regulatory world, there's a thing called root cause analysis when a problem occurs. you look to find out what the true systemic cause of the problem was. when i look at what i know, this was not a system failure. th
lines and communities that once prided themselves of being the bread basket of the western united states. they would have heard about the frustration of seeing produce imported from china being handed out in these food lines to the very same american farmers who once applied the same produce to the -- supplied the same produce to the american world -- to the entire world. they would have seen the anger as the absent interior secretary's testimony to the committee was played back in which mr. salazar admitted that the obama administration has the authority to turn the pumps back on but chooses not to do so because that would be, quote, like admitting failure. there is some good news this afternoon, the day after our forum in fresno, the interior secretary relented to the extent of releasing 350,000 to 400,000 acre-feet of already allocated water to the central valley, having demonstrated the authority to release water that central farmers already own he now needs to follow through and release the watter that is being held hostage to the delta smelt. meanwhile, mr. nunes of california has
places on the face of the planet. but this bill is about priorities on the united states of america. we are $12 trillion in debt. we're spending $600 million a day just in interest on that debt. this congress momentarilyly is going to have to raise -- moltary is going to have to raise the debt ceiling another $1 trillion. we don't have the money to do this. currently the national park service has an estimated $9 billion in backlog. $9 billion that they need to help with the national parks to preserve and to upgrade what we already have in our current holding. what the president will probably say in less than eight hours, create this air of oh, we have to be a little fiscally responsible. we ought to freeze a few things. for the second time in just over a week here we are going to come and look at this bill to acquire at the cost of $40 million to $50 million property with funds that we don't have. no longer can this government continue to use the government credit card -- decide to vote in favorite of this bill although it's just an authorization, although it's not an appropriation, are
-span is a person under the law of the united states and constitutional holding. here is why -- if the fcc and fbi were to blow through these doors right now and turn off all the cameras and a subpoena your files, it would be c-span -- it cannot vote, it is not a citizen, and yet everyone would recognize that that is a fundamental violation of the rights of c-span. why? because at the end of the day, c-span, just like any other association of individuals, it is an association of the people that make up the entity. this is very important. we cannot skip past the idea that associations of individuals have their rights and keep it short shrift. have to be respected in a democratic republic. with regard to george sorus, campaign finance law requires them to spend independently all he wants, but the sec investigated import i believe two years for a book -- the fcc investigated him out for i believe two years for a book he wrote about george bush. if we are deciding if a book should be banned or if books are illegal or if books are not part of our debate, whether by george soros or any other individual,
killed on khost, afghanistan, for their service to the united states and for other purposes. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the rule, the gentleman from texas, mr. reyes, and the gentleman from texas, mr. thornberry, each will control 20 minutes. and the chair recognizes the gentleman from texas. mr. reyes: thank you, madam speaker. i ask unanimous consent that all members have five legislative days within which to revise and extend their remarks on this resolution. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. mr. reyes: madam speaker, i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from texas. mr. reyes: on december 30, while many of us were watching football, traveling back from holiday visits with our families or preparing to usher in the new year with loved ones, seven members of the central intelligence agency family had their lives cut short in an attack on forward operating base chapman in khost, afghanistan. this was the deadliest day for the c.i.a. since the bombing of the beirut embassy in 1983. the news of this challengic -- t
. >>> the president of lynn university is demanding the united states do more to find the university's missing students and faculty. courtney hayes, britney, and they are sending a letter urging the government to find each american. the president of the university spoke about this yesterday. >> i join the families of the missing six contain a call of the whereabouts of the missing, the missing family member whether alive or dead must be returned to their loved ones. >> we spoke to the parents of the missing students early this week. they are also begging the government to step up the effort. president obama father to father, please send troops to the hotel montana. >> that man is len gengel, father of brittany and joins us by phone. len, your daughter's 20th birthday yesterday. i can't even imagine how difficult that was but how are you holding up? >> we're holding up, david. i want to thank you personally for getting that story out there. you folks have been wonderful. the american people need to understand this isn't just about the six missing lynn university people. this is -- there's 100 a
of the united states. crude oil closing below $81 a barrel. coming up, the outlook for the biotech interest with an exclusive interview with gilead ceo john martin. and hyatt hotels executive tom prisker on the state of the travel and leisure industry. the dow jones industrial average on the down side by 37 points, well off the lows of the afternoon to close down 0.3%. s&p down 10 points, 1136. nasdaq lost better than 1% to finished at 2282. more action from scott whopner. >> you could point to a number of different stories. add them together and the markets are under pressure today. started after the closie ining yesterday after the disappointing results from alcoa. material stocks under pressure throughout the day. i'm not just talking about aluminum stocks but steel and mining stocks under pressure as well. you see that move to the downside. down 11% for alcoa. look at the material stocks as well. the weakest performers in the market, you saw names like aluminum corp of china, nucor and freeport-mcmoran. sharply lower because of refining margins, exxonmobil, total and petrobras down. oil
for the night states -- the united states need to direct -- differentiate among different countries in the hemisphere. we have different priorities now. we are slow in washington on the hill and in the white house to come to that understanding. host: what is the political landscape in latin america? how has the landscape changed politically down there? guest: there is a much more diverse ideological group of countries such as venezuela and ecuador and bolivia which are not very friendly to the united states or to the market economy. on the other hand, we have a prpragmatic president likelula in central america. we have the problem of cuba and we have a terrible problem with haiti. host: on the issue of haiti, there is an article about a question of commitment and can the united states lead a long effort to rebuild haiti. what will the u.s. effort their say about our overall commitment to latin america in general? guest: the united states is best served by multilateral action. for example, the united nations peacekeeping force in haiti has been let for a number of years successfully
presently across the united states. president barack obama will meet with the top labor leaders on monday over his proposal to tax health care plans. this is" fo "washington journalr january 9. here is robert barnes this morning in "the washington post." a pending decision on whether restrictions on corporate and labor unions spent on political campaigns violates the first amendment. this arose from a question about whether conservative groups support of a documentary movie of hillary clinton + presidential pursuit violated the mccain-falling goeingold ac. justices said they would consider the larger question of whether it is constitutional to ban corporations and labour unions from drawing funds from the general treasuries to support or oppose candidates. many legal experts say they expect the court use its imminent% ruling in the case of citizens united purses the federal electorate commission for money paid by corporations, unions, or advocacy organizations. the case centers on whether spending restrictions apply to "hillary: the movie." the 2010 elections will bring the for large-scal
of more attacks on the united states and praises suspected terrorist u man farouk abdulmutallab, calling him, quote, a hero fighter. the white house says it cannot confirm as of yet the awe thoantivity of this tape we will be live at the white house with the latest. good morning, molly. >> reporter: the tape is not authenticated but officials tell us there's never been a fake tape from the terrorist leader, a u.s. official tells us that osama bin laden appears to be trying to attach himself to the underwear bombing operation, calling suspect u man farouk abdulmutallab a hero. al-qaeda in the arabian peninsula took responsibility for that bombing on christmas day, but the intelligence community doesn't think that the central al-qaeda group necessarily gives orders to al-qaeda in the arabian peninsula, that they may have shared ideology but they don't necessarily cooperate tactically. now, in the tape, bin laden also says that america can never dream of living in peace unless there is peace in palestine. >> it is unfair that you enjoy a safe life while our brothers in gaza suffer greatly.
the united states knows pull well that there are two al-queda training camps, major ones in yemen, one in sanaway to the middle of the west of the country, the other in abyan province in the south. we know where they are. we watch them with our satellites but cannot actually launch missile strikes against them because al-queda keeps a lot of civilians around. >> we know of two al-queda camps and there's nothing we can do about them. >> we watch them every hour of every day but there are civilians. it's difficult for us to go in because of the backlash caused if we wiped out hundreds of innocent civilians in that kind of attack. that's why they keep them there. >> you happen to remember the uss cole, right. >> yes. >> and a guy who got help from yemen, presumably organized yemen to blow a plane out of our air and we can't take out their training camp. >> that's an argument a lot of people -- >> welcome to america's nightmare. >> exactly. civilian casualties. have to worry about collateral damage because of the backlash. if you go in, wipe out those training camps, all you do, if you cau
back and forth. and exports from the united states has increased quite a bit. this year and one month we had sort of a setback. that is common because the numbers are released you a lot by borrowing. they shipped and plans one month and won the next, and that can make a big difference in the trade figures for that one month. it is a general trend, exports are rising pretty strongly. that is pretty good news for the american worker because it means maybe we are becoming more competitive and maybe we can sell more things. >> host: to job creation. carol, republican. good morning. >> caller: yes. i have a question in regards to the health care affects on new job creation and what it will do to the job economy. one of the questions i have, their is a lot of corruption in the city of chicago, and a lot of the newspapers. husband has been in jail for a couple years. while he was in jail for embezzlement and corruption he wrote the book that is the foundation of health care. is that the same? thank you. >> guest: to that health care. make the broader connection. it is really rough. a lot of
the president of the united states cares more about the rights of terrorists than he does protecting the american people. now, does any sensible person believe that? no. but that is driving the narrative in the mainstream media. not on fox. >> moyers: give me your explanation of why you think nbc, ge, and david gregory constantly ask newt gingrich on and not nancy pelosi? >> i think because the right wing media, fox, the "wall street journal", "the weekly standard", et cetera, et cetera, the heritage foundation, they have been so successful at defining the terms of the debate that the mainstream media accept their definitions of the issues and the parameters of discussion without even knowing they're doing it. and this infection has been going on for decades. and when the white house tried to take it on, in the form of taking on fox, the media reacted, "oh my god, you're attacking a sister network." that was the phrase of one of the abc correspondents. they should recognize that there are some people doing honest journalism and some people doing propaganda. and those people doing pro
here and to try to make it more amenable for companies like yours to create jobs in the united states? >> well, obviously, we're in the united states for the talent that is there and also the association with where our rnd departments are in new york state. new york state made it attractive years ago for us to look at that as a region to put manufacturing in place based on taxes, based on incentives, based on r&d. so the united states needs to keep focusing in on that and to leverage that innovation network that always has been there via the universities and the companies that are there. many of our major customers are based in the united states. many of the fabulous companies that we'll serve, many of the 150 -- >> do they need tax incentives, things like that? >> absolutely. tax incentives, making sure that we can have the best and brightest remain there and not leave our shores to go. but as a global company, we're in the united states, we're in europe, and we're in asia for the purposes to locate where our customers are, but also to have access to the best .brightest around the wo
ask them how much, exactly, of this to you deserve by virtue of being a banker in the united states? even though you have been saved by the federal government. our sec person just call in all of our tax dollars. we are honest, government of biting folks for whom taxes are regulated, the banks were bailed out, saving these people, the bankers, their jobs, and etc.. now i want to ask them how do you explain tehe math? how is that benefiting? how is that fair? host: some of the names that we will hear from -- here is the photo from the paper -- "banks testifying before the committee last february, today they will hear from lloyd blank ein, jamie diamon, brian moynihan. leaders in congress said that they were not interested in debating the bankers. their purpose was to get information and it was more important than shaming anyone. for the chief executive at jpmorgan chase, the chief executive at goldman sachs, bank of america, and morgan stanley, that is good news as they prepare for their 9:00 a.m. appearance." john, what would you ask the bankers today? caller: probably 20 different q
in the united states have to turn for information is social media. cnn has set up a haiti desk to monitor the pleas for help and bring you many of the heart wrenching stories and pictures that the survivors want the world to see. >>> and officials say they cannot even begin to guess how many casualties there are. haiti is one of the poorest countries in the world. and there is barely any emergency response to speak of. pentagon officials say they're already working on shipments of humanitarian aid, but getting there will be tough, since the control tower at the airport in port-au-prince is gone. >>> scenes of horror and devastation in haiti this morning, 13 hours after a catastrophic magnitude 7.0 earthquake shook the capital city of port-au-prince and the surrounding area. still not clear how many people are dead at this point and how much more misery has been happied on the most desperate, disaster-prone area in the hemisphere. but one thing is certain, this is an unimaginable disaster. we're using the global resources of cnn to bring you have the most complete coverage of the earthquak
direction from where america wants to go. it will allow the biggest corporations of the united states to engage in buying and selling of elections. if you look at the staggering figures in the four to 100 companies and the revenues they have with profits, they can now unleashed directly in these elections, and that has potential to totally up and our system and corrupt the process in a way that i think should alarm every american citizen. just think of some hypothetical. as my colleague said, we're still going through the court decision. but imagine aig, just received millions of dollars of taxpayer money, being able to turn around spending money to advertise against people who disagreed with the agenda. think about the biggest firms on wall street at a time when you're trying to hold them accountable, to take money and defeat those who call for greater transparency and accountability on wall street. think about corporations, u.s. corporations, whose main financial interest and a majority profits come from investments in china and other places around the world,. their profit margins a
, it's affect on the people of haiti. the united states is offering our full assistance to haiti and others in the region. we will be providing civilian and military disaster relief and humanitarian assistance and our prayers are with the people who have suffered, their families, and their loved ones. >> all right. we're going to bring in on the phone now luke renner who is a had yumanitarian worker just li off the haitian capital. what can you tell us about what you have seen, what do you know about the situation there? >> well, just to clarify, i'm about 90 miles north of the capital. we did feel the earthquake. we felt all of the aftershocks, but we haven't experienced the same damage that port-au-prince has. i've been trying all night long to get in touch with our colleagues on the ground in port-au-prince. the entire phone system here is completely down. communicationwise, the backbone of haiti is basically a prepaid cell phone system, and from all indications, that's just completely been obliterated, so what we've been doing is tracking with our colleagues and coworkers and
in mexico city. i'm at a home depot in mexico city, significant because in the united states home depot has been surfing for years withing innive tiff same-story sales. here in mexico, positive same-store sales continuously for the last five years, in fact, mostly double digit sales? why? how? i sat down with frank blake, the ceo of home depot to ask him, why mexico? >> mexico, first, it's a large economy and it's on right. i think it's the 11th largest economy in the world. it's contiguous to the united states so it made a lot of sense from, you know, how we can support that business as it was growing and its connection back to the u.s. consumer. we obviously have a very large hispanic population in the united states and one of the -- one of the hopes and, in fact, reality is that we've grown in mexico is how its helped us back here in the u.s. >> how? >> well, a couple of examples that helps on product because, you know, consumers in mexico have some product deaf inity that then we can bring into the u.s. a small example would be on detergent. there's a detergent brand fabuloso that sells
. >> thanks, mary. >> all right, mary. thank you. biggest business lobby in the united states today attacked the obama administration or nearly every business issue on its agenda and warned they will be out in force in the congressional elections. joining me now for a first on cnbc interview is tom donohue, chamber of commerce president. good to see you, sir. >> thank you. good to be here today. i want to jump in with the question that leaps out at me as you take apart a lot of government policy. is there anything that government does that you, at the chamber like, admire? >> absolutely. we appreciate their education program. we're working with them on the question of immigration. we supported their stimulus program. we helped them with the automobile business. we supported t.a.r.p. we're a supporter of many of the things they're doing to get out of this economic mess and our question is that we need to do two overriding things. one, create 20 million jobs in the next ten years and two, deal with uncertainty which is causing people in companies to wait and not hire. >> that principal uncerta
at the bit. quick. >> it will drive money into the united states. fuel are rally and strengthen the dollar. >> i got you. okay so tell strengthen the dollar over what sort of time frame? >> it will and the risk spread that people are talking about with the risk of corporate bonds going up, i don't see it in the market. bond prices are not falling. >> okay good last thought. catch you down the road. certainly a market ahead by 72 points. we have about 45 points to go. apple earnings obviously in focus coming right after the bell and texas instruments obviously going to be closely watched as well. >> that's right and apple shares are hire right now ahead of its first quarter earnings report but should you be buying or selling the stock ahead of those results? answers in just a moment. >> and banking analyst dick bove warns that the stock market could crash if president obama gets his way on financial reform. ee will tell us exactly why coming up. >>> and then coming up after the bell, cnbc is your home for earnings central. ow expert team will bring us instant analysis. those results from ap
, if you're a caterpillar for example, or united technologies. but pretty muted growth in the united states and primarily moving stocks around today. finally wanted to note, big volume in toyota motors as you would expect here. by the way, people who make that accelerator petal, cts, automotive parts suppliers they are working with toyota on that but that stock is down here today as well. scott, how are we looking on at nasdaq where i am sure it is all apple. >> good for about half of a percent or so. clearly as bob mentioned, though, the focus is on apple with the release of the ipad. take a look, shares are up 1.5% right now but some the speck, jim goldman in the next hour of the "closing bell," will give you a complete wrap of how steve jobs unveiled this device out in california, but nonetheless here it is, 1/2 inch thick. the big deal and the that the stock is now positive because it was negative is that cost down at the bottom starting at $499. in fact, take a look at an intraday chart, because as this thing was first announced it took a long time to get to what the price was going to
frankly the united states will be safe and needs to be safe and this administration will do whatever it takes. >> this view that we don't call it war on terror and we look at enemy combatants or rephrase the national priorities to be domestic ones and not advocating going to war with any one, preemptively or otherwise, that maybe with the best of intentions here and maybe even assuming the purist of heart what the president has done is provided opportunities for bad guys? >> well, right now, neil, this administration came in with a mind set that it felt like national security issues and the war on terror should be downgraded. they didn't want to discuss them. >> right. >> they wanted a policy of engagement throughout the world. if we extend the hand of welcome they will learn that we are good people and we will do that. i think we are learning, quite frankly, around the world whether it is with al-qaeda, venezuela, iran, that we have extended the hand and guess what, it has been bitten on numerous occasions and quite frankly the american people are beginning to get a little more conc
. but overall, still tough in the united states and europe. and the same situation with the united technology, china's resumed growth in both businesses. developed world still weak. boeing, an impressive quarter. very solid commercial revenues. people like that and although early ork the outlook was viewed as a bit disappointing. traders turned that around fairly quickly. melissa, back to you. >> all right, thanks so much. >>> and all of that, the dow and the s&p and the nasdaq all ended the day in positive territory. let's go to matt nesto. he's got some breaking news on qualcomm. matt, what do you. >> reporter: yeah the biggest company reporting in the after-hours about an $80 billion market cap and now 4%, 5% lower after coming in way first quarter earnings per share that was fine, 62 cents versus a 56 estimatep. revenue was light though. and that's beginning of the problems, folks. they reduced their second quarter and full-year estimates at $49 to $53 is what they see for the second quarter. that is at least four cents lower than a 57 estimate and their revenues look light as well in the
of the united states and those of us in congress have to do a much better job refocusing on the basic things everyone understands. you do a good job on your show, if you ask citizens about what this health care plan is about a lot don't know. a lot would support it if we explained it better. >> anthony wiener from the great state of new york. what way do we go forward if we are truly going to reform the health care system we have to be honest about the problem. yes. 46 million don't have health insurance. what is that a symptom of? does it not stem from a government controlled by special interest more concerned with catering to the special interests than solving our problems. we have an inefficient employer-based health care system, created in 1942 to incentivize women to come into the work force because so many young men were at war. it is 2010. that system has been left intact and encourages overpaying and overspending while limiting personal choice and making insurance company executives rich while overly empowering union leaders to negotiate those employers. at the same time we as indivi
of haiti. the united states got him back. so he's now back in charge. they're providing law and order. >> an irish digital is working to repair the communication system. the red cross seeing supplies exhausted and hoping to air lift another 40-tons of medical and surgical supplies, including 100 stretchers and 3,000 body bags. the world bank and imf pledged grants of 100 million. canada pledged up to 50 million. britain and australia, 10 million each. india and china, 1 million each. but it was already clear the haitian people are suffering in ways that money or medicine will never fix. >> i am a survivor. there are lots of dead everywhere. i would like to say to the people around the world that all of us in haiti are victims. >> white house press secretary robert gibbs emphasized that the haitian government, not the united states, is running haiti. and the white house confirmed also that in response to a request from president obama, his two immediate predecessors, bill clinton and george w. bush, will mount a relief effort similar to the one that mr. clinton and george herbert walke
. but none of the largest deals that were done during that period in the united states have gone bankrupt. if you take the 20 largest deals done in a bubble period, so-called, none of them have filed for bankruptcy. some of them have problems, but actually, they're being re structured and i think many of them will get good returns for their invest everies. >> is 2010 the year that private equity can build up and roll them back out? >> you'll see a lot of ipos this year. but he'll see a lot of strategic sales, sales of company to strategic buyers because they're back in the market, as well. and financial buyers will buy things from other financial buyers. so i think you'll see a fair amount of buying activity this year. >> joe is in the studio and he has a question, too. >> i love the general fighting the last war, david. that's so apt. and i can mention about five really well known pundits that are fienting the last war. and none of them actually make investments or run private equity firms, which it's easy to be that way if you actually don't have to, you know, be involved in the economy
, thank you for being here today. in your testimony you state that in your capacity as united states treasury secretary, you were not involved in any decisions with respect to payments to aig's counterparties. and that you were not involved in any of the decisions concerning aig's disclosure of those payments. i'd like to accept that at face value, mr. paulson, except the critical decisions concerning payments to counterparties were made after the passage of the emergency economic recovery act by congress at your request. and the emergency economic recovery act made the treasury secretary responsible for the use of funds authorized by congress. negotiations on the counterpart of payments by the federal reserve bank of new york, did not begin until november 6, 2008. the funding of the payment of the counter claims is backed by funds made available under the emergency economic recovery act. so, mr. paulson, doesn't it make it your responsibility to know how those funds were used? >> i think you'll find, congressman congressmen, and i think the secretary reported this, that t.a.r.p. inv
can these survivors go? what do they have to look forward to when they get there? the united states and some other countries have been generous with aid, but as far as taking relph f refugees, that's a different story. any haitians in the u.s. as of january 12th when this earthquake occurred, can apply to remain in the u.s. for 18 months, but that doesn't address the number of people in haiti who have nothing to live -- nothing to do while they're there, no -- no income, no home, where do they go. mark heckfield joins us now, he's in new york. he's with the heebrew immigrant aid society. he's helping relocate haitians. what happens to the hundreds of thousands of hairtians who don' have a home and no livelihood? >> this is no option for those trying to escape the disaster. the u.s. is trying to bring in those who need medical treatment and they're bringing in orphans, but there's no right to flee natural disasters, so my understanding is there is trying to find places in haiti to stay as idps or internally displaced persons and they will be setting up idp camps for that purpose. >>
in the united states senate. >> thanksgiving weekend up in massachusetts. >> stand outside fenway in the cold. >> shake hands. >> you, too, can be a senator. >>> according to "the washington post," the fbi invoked false terrorism emergencies to illegally obtain more than 2,000 phone records during the bush administration. the bureau simply persuaded phone companies to turn their records over. a report says the fbi then issued approvaled after fact in order to justify their actions. >>> and with the late-night battle lines clearly drawn, team conan is taking its message to the streets. backed by a facebook phenomenon, fans of "the tonight show" staged rallies in four cities yesterday. conan made a personal appearance outside universal studios, even buying pizzas for hundreds of people standing in the rain. conan appears poised to leave nbc after he refused to move his show to a later time slot. meanwhile, jay leno who is set to take back his old show at the 11:35 start time says it all comes down to business. >> when the boss gives you a job and you don't do it well, i think we did a good job
the country, whether julian bond, a call i got coming to the facility, attorney general of the united states, eric holder. anyone you want me to talk to, i'll be happy to do that. i've spent over the last couple of weeks working through health care. i spent a long time with him yesterday. we have a lot of work to do. i'll continue to do my very best for the state of nevada and the people of this country. i got a call last night, i was surprised he was up this late, from secretary salazar. he said, harry, you make sure you tell everybody you have done more for diversity in the united states senate than all the rest of the people put together. that's where we are. i'm going to move forward and help get health care done in the next couple of weeks. >> richard and jonathan, i want to take this broader. are we kidding ourselves, other people not in the same wording did not say similar things about barack obama when he was running and that he is an african-american who could be seen as someone who could assimilate and be comfortable for whites. >> they have been saying this all over time. they use
us coffee, getting us coffee. look, he was a united states senator, equal to that of kennedy. i'm glad kennedy was offended. of course the former governor of illinois, not only is he not blacker than president obama, he's a lot dumber than president obama. i mean, what we have here is what america suffers from. and that is cultural conditioning, which, in essence, manifests itself by undervaluing, underestimating and marginalizing people of color. it's a 20th century mentality that we can't afford to drag into the 21st century. >> what i don't get is here was harry reid supporting the president. he was talking about how barack obama would make a great choice as the next president of the united states of america. i just don't get, joe, that people even have these conversations in private, i can't imagine using those phrases, even in private conversation. it just seems dumb. >> that's because you're a decent person. that's because you have a certain socialization -- >> is it also because of my age? i'm younger. >> yes. yes. it is generational. you have grown up in a generation muc
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. this is a guy that's taken it up before. chris dodd ran for president of the united states and he moved his family to iowa for the caucuses to run for that office. it was a long, long, long shot race, but he was willing to take it on. this one also looked like it would be a long shot race and maybe with the death of his close friend ted kennedy. >> i think there may be self-sacrifice involved and democratic leaders are eager to hold the seat and they'll have a better chance with the attorney general richard blumenthal. we'll talk more about -- >> senator dodd has approached the microphone. let's listen to what he has to say. >> in the neighborhood with all these people gathered around. happy new year and good morning to everyone. every six years over the past three decades i've invited you to my home to seek re-election on the united states senate. on each of these occasions i've begun my remarks by observing that every important journey in life begins and ends at home. today is no exception. what is different about today, however, is not to announce the beginning of yet another campaign fo
of the mortgages in the united states and yet we account for less than 10% of the seriously delinquent mortgages. we own 25%, which account for less than 10% of the seriously delinquent mortgages. by contrast, private label securities represent only 12% of first mortgages outstanding, but the account for one-third of all seriously delinquent loans. when you ask people what fraction of freddie mac's loans they think are seriously delinquent, the estimates are usually at one in five and go up from there. the truth is that less than one in it 25 of our loans are seriously delinquent. this record puts us among the very best in the industry. let me move to the other major duty of the gse's. freddie mac is devoting resources to the task of preventing avoidable foreclosures. this is not a new focus for us. we are a longtime leader and innovator in helping families hold onto their homes. over the past five years, we have worked through our servicers to help almost half a million seriously delinquent borrowers avoid foreclosure. for some homeowners, we modified the original terms of the loan to make it m
but this is a guess, the downturn in the united states was the longest 23 months at best 22, the worst 24 and deepest since world war ii but the deepest for this episode is in parentheses if you take the trough as the second quarter last negative quarter of real gdp gdp is 3.7% which is any decline from peak to trough since world war ii. this was the longest in the u.s. and the deepest downturn that we ever had. now why? it's complicated. lots of things happen that went on. but i would isolate for purposes here a couple of major facets which are not adequate to describe the complicated interactions that went on in this downturn on like virtually any other business cycle that i have ever seen and studied. table three provide the kernel of thought. it's the financial factor in business cycle and this time and unusually so the american consumer in table three you see two asset-price bubbles bursting in the climb of real estate prices and stock prices over the great recession pro. uncomfortable because if you look at these numbers it was the biggest recession. it's a great recessions i'm going to call it
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. they beat, too. china's strength here, but generally weakness in the united states. boeing is down 1%. 2010 guidance disappointed the street overall. here is toyota which is going to be very busy this morning down 7% right now. trader talk.cnbc.com. scott, how we looking at the nasdaq? >> thanks so much. many of the big cap technology stocks looking positive in the premarket. apple the big story unveiling the tablet perhaps the worst kept secret in all of technology. nonetheless the shares are modestly higher ahead of that. amazon is up about 1%. a couple upgrades today. price target going from jani capital up from 1.60 to 2.35. yahoo up as well as wrulresultsn line. it sees positive revenue growth in the first quarter, the first time in six quarters yahoo achieves that. gilead is higher by 5% after better than expected results. united airlines on better than expected results as well. its parent company uaua is up about 3.5%. let's go to sharon at the nymex. >> oil prices are basically flat nearing the $75 mark as we wait for the energy department data on weekly petroleum supplies. the amer
here in the united states. the nano unveiled at the auto show last night. we have reaction from there and mike jackson. then we talk earnings and the economy with two market pros. we'll get their stock picks and their economic outlook. >>> first carl has a look at the headlines. >> puts a little negative after rough action in asia. in fact, the roughest section for the asian markets in about seven weeks. a few head lynns, google is threatening to leave china. the tech giant warns it will no longer tolerate censorship of its search engine. google generated 53% of its $5.9 billion in third quarter revenue outside the u.s., although it doesn't disclose the size of its business in china. >>> the president will announce plans tomorrow to raise up to $120 billion from major financial firms to cover expected t.a.r.p. program losses. the news comes as public anger grows over big bonuses being paid out barely a year after the height of the global financial crisis. >>> thousands feared dead in the worst earthquake to strike haiti in more than 200 years. the quake toppled the presidential
with the united states trade representatives office have been very vigorous and very vigilant in enforcing our trade axwreemts with china. when we enter into agreement was china to allow chinese goods to come into the united states and american goods to go into china, we do so on the promise that both sides will abide by various conditions. and it is unfair for american companies if chinese companies are not abiding by those conditions. so we have increased our enforcement efforts and the sanctions against any and all goods and services coming from all countries, including china that do not abide by the rules. >> mr. secretary, there's some people out there that say that we are a little bit behind the eight-ball because china owns so much of our debt, they own so much in terms of u.s. dollar investments, that we cannot get tough with them because they might dump some of those investments. and others take the other side of this and say, you know what, they have no choice but to hold those things. if they dumb the securities, they lose out and we should be tougher. which one is it? >> well, i re
airports in dealing with passengers on flights coming to the united states. we've seen some of that out of the news today already. i think the main point of the president's statement today is to out talking about this issue and getting the message straight on this so that they project that action is taking place and the president takes the issue seriously. >> that is a prescient point. the president and his team have been attacked in recent days on perhaps not being hard enough on the issue of security. what exactly are you hearing on the ground about that? >> mandy, i think the point here as tony alluded to, is to project an image of toughness and accountability for this president. this president came into 2010 with a whole plateful of political problems. the last thing he needs extends debate on surt and questions in the mind of voters playly getting ready for the elections. the steps have largely been taken. he will talk about what he heard in the meeting with advisers and cabinet members. it is saying he is sternly in charge of the situation. >> tony, even if he comes out with a lis
of the screen if you are looking for these numbers, and if you are in the united states and you want to get information about the american loved ones in the quake zone, here is the number, 1-888-407-4747. that is the one set up by the state department. now, if you want information about the non-u.s. citizens in haiti call the red cross. again, if you want details about people in haiti who are not american nationals call the red cross, and that number is 1-800-red cross. the relief effort is under way live hanging in the balance there. we will be live in port-au-prince coming up in a moment. and here is another place that you can donate without worrying about scams. take a look at the screen. now get free delivery of walmart's $10 90-day generic prescriptions... ...no matter where you live. plus get free shipping on over 3,000 other prescriptions. call 1-800-2-refill for your free home delivery. save money. live better. walmart. morning because my back hurt so bad. >>> hello, everyone. i'm don lemon in today for rick sanchez. ivan watson has been on the scene in port-au-prince in haiti reall
borders has a field hospital set up. what is the united states doing in terms of bringing down medical teams to help care for the many, many people we see so desperately in need? ivan watson had a story of a woman whose foot had been amputated in a collapse and she'd been sitting outside with a tourniquet for more than 24 hours. >> the hospitals in port-au-prince have collapsed. there's a few facilities still opening, but not really capable of handling the surge of need. the other groups are there. the united states is bringing down medical personnel. we have some on the ground right now. i know that there are trauma teams that have been dispatched. we have the "carl vinson" aircraft carrier on the way which will be able to provide assistance. we've got the "uss comfort" getting ready to leave, to get down there. but the immediate trauma crisis, we're trying to meet with volunteer doctors, with military doctors and others, because the -- as you're right. this is a large area involving many, many, many millions of people who have been cut off from access, just getting to people to provi
. are these deals actually happening right now as the president of the united states is making that interview and saying that he made a mistake in not being transparent? are those deals still happening with regard to health care? you have to be on the judge on that depending on how it all plays out. >> he was also -- he went on to talk about now he's going to put himself as the champion of the middle class. he blames the huge deficit on war spending that wasn't paid for, prescription drug plan that he claims it wasn't paid for and the stimulus plan he absolutely needed so here's president obama on the prospect of raising taxes. would he go back on that pledge for those making less than $250,000? >> can you guarantee them still, there will be no taxes on anybody who makes under $250,000 a year? that will still be absolutely true? >> i can guarantee that the worst thing we could do would be to raise taxes when the economy is still this week. >> ok. so he's saying the worst thing that could happen is for them to raise taxes but when you listen to what senior advisor david axelrod said just on
if they choose a career in public service. because in the united states no one should go broke because they chose to go to college. >> glenn: 10% of your income. that is fantastic. >>> you got it? you could take out a giant loan and go to harvard and you only have to pay -- say you take out $250,000 loan. but you only make 40,000. you only have to pay 10% every year of your income. back. after 20 year, whatever is left, don't worry about it. we got it! now remember, we're in according to the president, we're in the wreckage of the worst time in american history since the civil war. the great depression, world war ii, or the civil rights movement. but the federal government is going to pay for universal colle college, logic and math. ask logical questions. how do we pay for the college? most people can't afford college. we're having a hard time. average cost of college is $26,000. where is the government, for your children, my children, everybody else's children, where are they going to get the magical $26,000? well, he just said. they're going to pay for it because you are going to get a governme
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